After decades of abandonment, an unlikely experimental malaria vaccine is stirring again, promising to outshine all other candidates in the pharmaceutical pipeline.
New York University researchers gather cavefish in the northeastern Mexican states of Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosi.
NYU scientists shine light on the origins of the blind cavefish.
Global amphibian declines have scientists and volunteers scrambling to preserve backyard biodiversity.
Could increasing global temperatures cause this tropical disease to spread?
Dairy farmers know that happy cows just keep on giving.
New tricks to breed sexier Mediterranean fruit flies could improve control of an important agricultural pest.
Scientists listen to the mating songs of disease-carrying mosquitoes in hopes that they’ll use what they learn to control wild populations.
Ordinary citizens make valuable contributions to scientific research.
A recent Ebola Reston outbreak among pigs in the Philippines is cause for concern among some scientists.
Seventy million years before birds took flight, pterosaurs – some as large as a small airplane – somehow soared through the Mesozoic skies. Scientists have speculated for decades about how […]
Mick Ellison: Scientific illustrator and photographer.
One bee scientist looks ahead by cataloguing the past.
Armed with science, psychology professor Diana Reiss struggles to end dolphin drive hunting.
Warning: video contains graphic images of animal cruelty.
Trailblazing our knowledge of aquatic minds, Diana Reiss uses science to fight for dolphin welfare.
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